Pareto launches billion-kroner solar power fund Pareto Alternative Investments is creating a billion-kroner solar power fund alongside a partner firm, CIO Jonathan Barfod reveals. PAI CIO, Jonathan Barfod | Photo: Pareto Alternative Investments by øystein byberg, translated by catherine brett Published: 03.11.22 at 12:52 Norwegian fund manager Pareto Alternative Investments is launching a solar energy fund, Pareto Solar Fund, alongside Entelio, which is owned by Agder Energi. Already a subscriber? Log in. Read the whole article Get access for 14 days for free. No credit card is needed, and you will not be automatically signed up for a paid subscription after the free trial. Access all locked articles Receive our daily newsletters Access our app First name: Last name: E-mail address: Password: I accept the terms and conditions An error has occured. Please try again later. Create trial Get full access for you and your coworkers. Start a free company trial today More from AMWatch Mandatum strives to become local player in Sweden through less predominant asset class Credit has started pulling in returns similar to equities, but Swedish investors haven’t allocated much to the asset class yet, says CEO of Mandatum Asset Management Lauri Vaittinen. Storebrand implements stricter nature strategy All investments made by Storebrand Asset Management will now be required to follow a new nature strategy. AMWatch finds new editor in own ranks After four years as editor of AMWatch, Søren Rathlou Top is leaving the media for a press coordinator role. Anne Louise Houmann is taking over the reins. Chief analyst expects office real estate value drop Norwegian Malling & Co Chief Analyst Haakon Ødegaard expects domestic office properties to drop in value, but is unsure how far this has already been priced in by the market. Emerging markets face risk of policy error amid conflicting priorities Emerging-market central banks face a Catch-22 where plunging economic growth means they can’t keep monetary conditions tight, but elevated inflation doesn’t allow them to halt rate hikes either. Print Print Increase text size Increase text size Decrease text size Decrease text size Further reading Danica acquires office property in Copenhagen Storebrand implements stricter nature strategy Investors pessimistic about ESG next year DNB removes kickbacks from funds in anticipation of ban AMWatch finds new editor in own ranks Related articles Inflows from outside of Norway offset domestic outflows for Storebrand AM Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners aims to break own record through new green megafund Managed assets drop for third consecutive quarter – ”the perfect storm” or just ”volatility”?